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B.    Progress and Accompl1shments:

o    Regulations   were  developed   and   submitted  to   the  Office   of  Management
and Budget for clearance.

C.    Costsť Benefits, and Effectiveness

Program Scope: States were required to submit information on the number of
students served by the program during the 1982-83 school year. Based on
reports received from 48 States, D.C. and Puerto Rico, ED estimates that
over 56,000 students were served at an average cost of approximately $525
per student (E.I).

Program Effectiveness: Each State education agency is required to conduct
an evaluation at least once every two years and to make public the results
of that evaluation.

D.    Plans for Program Improvement and Recommendations for Legislation


E.    Supporting Studies and Analyses Cited  in Section C Above:

1.    A   Summary   of   1982-83   State   Evaluation   Reports,   U.S.   Department   of
Education (available in early 1985).

F.    Other Supporting Data:


No studies  of this program are 1n progress*    ED  plans to   conduct  a  study

during FY 1985.

Contacts for.Further Information

Program operations:    John Staehle,  (202)  245-3081

Program studies:    Judith Anderson,  (202)  245-9401encies directly responsible for providing free public